## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 32

Page 61

Three - dimensional sketches and the conventional two - dimensional

representations are drawn side by side to reemphasize that lines on the

conventional drawing represent planes perpendicular to the paper and that the

shear stresses

Three - dimensional sketches and the conventional two - dimensional

representations are drawn side by side to reemphasize that lines on the

conventional drawing represent planes perpendicular to the paper and that the

shear stresses

**act**...Page 233

The plane on which o would

alone were present , o ... for determining the direction of the algebraically smaller

principal stress og and the plane on which it

.

The plane on which o would

**act**would be given by the heavy vertical line . If ,alone were present , o ... for determining the direction of the algebraically smaller

principal stress og and the plane on which it

**acts**is sketched in Fig . 11 . 15e to h.

Page 236

18 Principal stresses exist and

11 . 1 ) . as B changes . These “ principal stresses ” 03 , 0 , are not real principal

stresses . As shown in Fig . 11 . 176 , og and on

18 Principal stresses exist and

**act**on planes of zero shear stress ( see also Fig .11 . 1 ) . as B changes . These “ principal stresses ” 03 , 0 , are not real principal

stresses . As shown in Fig . 11 . 176 , og and on

**act**on planes which in general ...### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

acts actual addition angle answer applied assemblage axial axis beam behavior bending carry circle circular column combined compatibility components compression compressive stress Consider constant creep cross section curve deflection deformation determined diameter dimensions direction displacement effect elastic equal equation example Figure Find force given gives homogeneous idealization increase independent initial interior isotropic length limit linear linear-elastic load material maximum Maxwell modulus moment needed nonlinear normal obtained outer plane plastic positive pressure principal Prob problem produced pure radius range ratio relation replaced requires response result rotation shear stress shell shown shows simple sketch solution steel strain stress-strain relations structural Suppose surface symmetry temperature tensile tension thickness thin-walled tube twisting uniform unloading versus viscous yield zero